I would say the answer to both of your questions is "yes".
1) What comprises a typical day or week would depend on your experience, education and capability.
2) Be in the right place at the right time with the right proficiency and doors may open for you. Keep an open mind and don't over/under sell yourself.
SolidWorks offers certification exams that you can take for various topics, so that would definitely be something you should look into if you want something to put on your resume in place of any SW related experience to prove you are proficient.
Having an IT degree and SW proficiency would seem to qualify you very well to work for a company with a group of engineers and designers using SW who need someone to handle the IT side of things. CNC experience is very helpful for any engineering/designer group to have.
I don't really know how things go now, but when I got started as an engineer, the new guy got stuck doing the easy drafting type of work; the repetitious and boring stuff that didn't take much ability. As you got more experience, you got more interesting stuff to work on. Eventually you were doing interesting design work. I have seen a number of people who started out as draftsmen and worked their way up into designer and then engineering positions.
With SW, I suspect that you might first start out generating drawings from solid models that the designers and engineers developed. As you gain experience, you might start building SW models based on other people's ideas, then begin working independently. On the other hand, you could get stuck just doing the drawings; depends upon the way the company works and your own personality and abilities.
Thank you all for your response ! You cleared my head and now I know better where to go from. I will just keep improving my learnings in SW and maybe try a certification exam, after this I will apply CV all over to see if I have any luck.
Thanks again guys !